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on its own citizens. that's why we need weapons and not some weak ass ten-round magazines either. as cnn conservative contributor put it you may think a 30 round magazine is too big. under the real purpose of the second amendment a 30 round magazine might be too smawsm we're talking about fighting the united states government. when the second amendment was written we didn't have a standing army and the most powerful weapon in america's arsenal was the horse drawn small pox blanket. [ laughter ] but today -- but folks -- today america has the world's greatest military full of brave men and women armed with the most powerful weaponry ever devised. it's because i respect our troops so much that i need a fully automatically assault rifle with a 100 round magazine to kill them when they come for my guns. because realistically -- [ laughter ] -- just think about this: you think that ar-15 is going to save you when uncle comes knocking with an apache helicopter? [ laughter ] now, now if the second amendment is truly to defend ourselves against government course, then citizens will never be saf
nothing than cnn conservative commentator and inertial lump erick erickson. [ laughter ] >> really the biggest problem is, what does it matter? we could shut down production of everything tomorrow that causes greenhouse gases and china and india aren't. and even if everyone did, the effects wouldn't take effect 'til a hundred years from now. >> stephen: yeah, what's the point of going to all that trouble, if me and erick erickson won't be around to enjoy it? [ laughter ] sure, our grandkids will, but i don't want to be one of those grandpas who spoils his grandkids with a habitable planet. [ laughter ] it's the same reason i won't buy life insurance. i get hit by a bus and my family gets rich? sorry, but i don't want anybody happy at my funeral. [ laughter ] but that wasn't erickson's only non-solution. he dug down deep and helped even less. >> it seems like it's a problem we probably have to get used to as opposed to something we can cure. >> stephen: yes, we just need to get used to it. erickson has finally hit the fifth stage of conservative climate change grief: denial, denial,
the news like i am. [ laughter ] case in point, my guest tonight cnn host and matthew perry in anaphylactic shock, piers morgan. [ laughter ] folks, when it comes to gun rights, like all englishmen, he drives on the wrong side of the barrel. 1010 americans a year are hit by gunfire or killed or wounded. you have to wake up and smell the coffee. at what point do you gunny lobby guys want say we get it. it's time to change. >> stephen: calm down, peers! what experience does this union jack-off have with guns? their police don't even carry them. [ laughter ] if you want to have a debate about whistle control, i'm all ears. [ laughter ] but piers isn't interested in having a productive discussion. look at the way he ignores his guest radio host, gun advocate, and conspiracy sommelier alex jones' and his perfectly reasonable questions. >> how many gun murders were there in britain? >> how many great white sharks kill people every year but they're scared to swim? >> how many gun murders were there in britain last year? >> how many chimpanzees can dance on the head of a pin? >> stephen: yes, answe
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